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Vegan Jewish Deli Mort and Betty’s L.A. to Launch Salmon, Corned Beef, and Pastrami in Stores

Vegan Jewish Pastrami, Corned Beef, and Salmon Launching in U.S. Stores

LA-based vegan Jewish deli Mort & Betty's is set to launch on-the-go options for its mushroom pastrami, carrot salmon-style lox, and meatless corned beef made from beets. Founded by chef Megan Tucker, Mort & Betty's...

TISH Jewish Food Festival Celebrates Vegan and Vegetarian Polish Cuisine in Warsaw

A Jewish food festival centered around vegan and vegetarian versions of traditional dishes is set to kick off this week in Warsaw, Poland. Polin, the official website for the Museum of the History of Polish...
Israeli Ministry of Agriculture Calls for End to 'Kapparot' Chicken Sacrifice on Yom Kippur Eve

Israeli Ministry of Agriculture Calls for End to ‘Kapparot’ Chicken Sacrifice on Yom Kippur...

The Israeli Ministry of Agriculture has launched a new campaign urging practitioners of the Jewish faith to donate money rather than chickens for Kapparot in order to reduce cruelty to animals. Also called "Kaparot" or...
Major Chicago Catering Company Adds Vegan Options to Its Jewish Holiday Menu

Major Chicago Catering Company Adds Vegan Options to Its Jewish Holiday Menu

Chicago-based caterer Entertaining Company is expanding its Jewish holiday menu with more options for vegans and vegetarians than ever before. The award-winning caterer currently offers a wide range of specialty Kosher dishes that celebrate various holidays and...
These 11 Vegan Celebrities Are Speaking Up for Black Lives Matter

Vegan Celeb Natalie Portman Honors Jewish Animal Rights Author Isaac Bashevis Singer’s Legacy in...

Acadamy Award-winning actor and vegan activist Natalie Portman starred in a new video to honor the legacy of animal rights advocate Isaac Bashevis Singer, an acclaimed Polish-born Jewish writer who won the Nobel Prize for...
Orthodox Jews Can Finally Eat Cheeseburgers Following Vegan Meat Brand Impossible Foods' Kosher Certification

Orthodox Jews Can Finally Eat Cheeseburgers Following Vegan Meat Brand Impossible Foods’ Kosher Certification

California-based vegan meat brand Impossible Foods is now certified kosher. The creators of the vegan Impossible Burger received the certification from the Union of the Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, the world's largest kosher certification agency,...